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Why the FBI Fired an Agent Who Wrote Anti-Trump Texts

By Natasha Bertrand, The Atlantic The FBI’s disciplinary office had recommended Peter Strzok be suspended for two months but was overruled by the bureau’s deputy director. …read more From:: Government Executive (Policy)

Is the Idlib Offensive coming?

By Nick Waters Although the Syrian government and its allies has clearly gained the upper hand in the Syrian Civil War, the conflict is still a very long way from being over. Large areas...

Is the Idlib Offensive coming?

By Nick Waters Although the Syrian government and its allies has clearly gained the upper hand in the Syrian Civil War, the conflict is still a very long way from being over. Large areas...

ASPI suggests

By Jacqueline Westermann, Malcolm Davis and James Brorson The world Is the Caspian Sea a lake or a sea? For decades this question caused dispute and deadlock between the countries on its shores. On...

Adversaries Could Have Fiddled With US Satellites: DoDIG

By Colin Clark WASHINGTON: If China and Russia’s spies have been doing their jobs well they might well have been able to compromise some of America’s most important satellites, including the missile launch detection...

On the eve of destruction? (Part 1)

By Andrew Davies For a long time, I thought that nuclear weapons were a tolerable evil. I bought into the argument that they played a positive role in some circumstances by deterring nations from...

Defence planning: new research

Defence planning is the theme of the most recent issue of Defence Studies. It is edited by Henrik Breitenbauch… …read more From:: Center for Military Studies (Policy)

Policy, guns and money: Episode 2

By ASPI staff In this podcast, we discuss Australia’s reset with China, the true cost of our new submarine fleet, big tech companies and online censorship, and Madeleine Nyst interviews Indonesia expert Natalie Sambhi....

The West must face reality in Turkey

By Richard N. Haass Now that Turkey is at loggerheads with its erstwhile ally, the United States, the country’s currency crisis has morphed into a political problem of the first order. The immediate issue...

National security wrap

By Rebecca Moore, Aru Kok, Georgia Grice and Aakriti Bachhawat The beat Former president pleads guilty in El Salvador Former El Salvadorian president Antonio Saca has pleaded guilty to money-laundering and embezzlement charges. He...

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